right? >> reporter: yeah, it really is. we spoke to the fire department official earlier this afternoon. he actually, his father has a home here and he did the math and said you know, you've got about seven blocks, 30 homes per block, and his math, he said conservatively it's probably more than 100. they are really trying to figure out how many homes were devastated. you got to think about this, they expected the flood, they expected the high water, they expected the power surge. they never expected this fire. we just want to show you something. take a look inside. think about the intensity of the heat to that blaze to do that to that car. everything is just obliterated. we see a couple foundations, we see a couple of metal objects but for the most part, clothing, furniture, all that, no evidence whatsoever. >> we still don't know if the cause was a power line that had been downed or transformer, is that right?